It had to be an awkward morning around the Today Show studios in New York City, as cast and crew struggled with how to address the white elephant in the room, Megyn Kelly. Kelly’s deeply troubling comments on her Tuesday morning show, which seemed to defend the use of blackface in Halloween costumes, sparked outrage…
As students at Howard University enter the second day of campuswide protests, the university’s board of trustees issued a statement moments before the immaculately dressed law student who has become a symbol of the administration’s mismanagement appeared with journalist Roland Martin and a very luxurious house plant…
1. Donald Trump’s Tumultuous First Year in Office
2. Sexual Harassment Charges Bring Down Powerful
3. ‘Suspension’ of Roland Martin’s ‘NewsOne Now’
4. FCC Aligns Itself With Big Media
5. The Numbers
6. Jemele Hill Saga Prompts Warnings About Twitter
7. Ebony’s New Ownership Disappoints
8. Investigative Reporting Gets a Boost
The staff wrap party for the last episode of NewsOne Now with Roland Martin was not supposed to feel like it did. I walked into the staff kitchen and saw Martin in all of his fuchsia glory, smiling, ascot crisp, happily chopping it up. “What’s up, baby?” he said, then hit me with a hug like we were at Essence Fest or…
Roland Martin’s morning show, NewsOne Now, is being canceled because of budget cuts, according to the New York Post’s Page Six.
While everyone is grabbing the popcorn for the Blac Chyna-Rob Kardashian beef, the real donnybrook was happening Monday on TV One’s News One Now, when host Roland Martin had ankh-right leader Umar Abdullah-Johnson on his morning show.
Every year around this time, the National Urban League releases a “State of Black America” report, with its successes and challenges for the future. This year, under the Trump administration, the need for a cohesive plan is more urgent than ever.
Donna Brazile is out at CNN amid allegations that she gave Hillary Clinton's campaign questions before a CNN debate and a CNN-TV One town hall.
It wasn't supposed to be like this.
At the time of writing, BOAN (an acronym for Birth of a Nation) is trending. Not because of the film itself. Or even directly because of the controversy surrounding Nate Parker — its star, director, executive producer, and head writer.
The world was saddened by the June 4 death of boxing icon and humanitarian Muhammad Ali. The boxer was 74 years old and left behind a legacy unsurpassed. Watch, below, TV One’s live coverage of the funeral as a nation says goodbye:
Being “twice as good” won’t save you from becoming a target.